Melbourne Underground Film Festival

MUFF // Melbourne Underground Film Festival

20th edition

Oct 25 - Nov 01, 2020
Estimated
Melbourne, Australia

Open Call Open to Public Competitive Market Special Fees

Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films
Film length Full length, Mid-length, Short
Genre Action, Adventure, Alternative, Art, Avantgarde, B-Movie, Biography, Burlesque, Classics, Comedy, Comedy drama, Crime, Culture, Dance, Dark comedy, Drama, Dramedy, Environmental, Family, Fantastic, Fantasy, Film noir, Foreign, Health, History, Horror, Human rights, Independent, Kids, LGBT, Medical, Melodrama, Microcinema, Mockumentary, Music, Musical, Mystery, Nature, News, , Parody, Post modern, Realism, Reality, Religious, Road Trip, Romance, Romantic comedy, Satire, Science, Science fiction, Silent movie, Social issues, Spiritual, Surreal, Thriller, Transgender, Underground, Urban, War, Western

Mission / description MUFF is more than a film festival. It is a cinema movement and local Indy revolution. Works are being created from filmmakers who met exclusively at MUFF (Jugular for one example) and incredible synergies and filmmaker collaborations are forming. If you want to be an Indy filmmaker locally and you are NOT networking at MUFF - you are mad. All the young, inventive and aggressive new talent is here. We are The New Blood and we want Fresh Blood in the form of the best and most exciting Indy, Guerilla and Underground cinema from both Australia and Overseas. full text less text

Festival website http://www.muff.com.au

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Rating Summary

Overall

4.05
Atmosphere / Experience
5.0
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Industry Connectivity
3.0
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Quality of films
4.0
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Quality of screening
5.0
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Value for money
5.0
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Service/Guest Relations
5.0
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Special Activities
4.0
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Wilygoose attended with I'll Be Home Soon in 2014

4.0
/ 5

Was only able to attend the screening of our film but it was a packed theatre and seemed full of people that love cinema. Also all the staff and volunteers were genuinely enthusiastic about film and the selections at the festival. I wasn't too sure of industry presence but I believe this was pretty good if around for the whole event. We were also offered broadcast for an Australian TV channel but sadly had to decline due to other festivals stipulating no public screenings to qualify. James Around 6 years ago